Explains how adaptive antennas can improve GoS and QoS for any wireless channel, with specific examples and applications in land, aircraft and satellite communications
Explores novel wireless networks beyond 3G, and advanced 4G technologies, such as MIMO, via propagation phenomena and the fundamentals of adapted antenna usage
Introduces new stochastic approach based on several multi-parametric models describing various terrestrial scenarios, which have been experimentally verified in different environmental conditions New chapters on fundamentals of wireless networks, cellular and non-cellular, multiple access networks, new applications of adaptive antennas for positioning, and localization of subscribers Includes the addition of problem sets at the end of chapters describing fundamental aspects of wireless communication and antennas.
New features include the latest experimentally-verified stochastic approach, based on several multi-parametric models all-new chapters on wireless network fundamentals, advanced technologies, and current and modern multiple access networks and helpful problem sets at the conclusion of each chapter to enhance clarity
The volume s emphasis remains on a thorough examination of the role of obstructions on the corresponding propagation phenomena that influence the transmission of radio signals through line-of-sight LOS and non-line-of-sight NLOS propagation conditions along the radio path between the transmitter and the receiver antennas and how adaptive antennas, used at the link terminals, can be used to minimize the deleterious effects of such obstructions
With its focus on 3G, 4G, MIMO, and the latest wireless technologies, Radio Propagation and Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communication Networks represents an invaluable resource to topics critical to the design of contemporary wireless communication systems